Motiv Tank Rampage Pearl

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How will the Motiv Tank Rampage Pearl help my game?
  • Go where others cannot!
  • Urethane-like dry-lane performance
  • Heightened stability in the mid-lane
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Motiv Tank Rampage Pearl

Experience the impressive comeback of the Tank Rampage in its new pearl edition, showcasing the latest in Microcell Polymer (MCP) technology. Approved for PBA National and Regional tours, this MCP Pearl ball sets a new standard for urethane-like performance on dry lanes. Bringing back the legendary Gear V2 core from the original Tank Rampage, this pearl version elevates excitement with a lower RG (2.55 in 15lb), ensuring enhanced stability in the mid-lane and taking your game to new levels. Surrounded by the revolutionary Frixion M6 Microcell Polymer Pearl coverstock, this ball offers a cutting-edge formulation for a distinctive urethane ball motion on dry lanes. The 1000 grit finish strikes a perfect balance, delivering both aggression and smooth motion. For those seeking additional traction and a lasting finish that defies lane shine, the Frixion M6 MCP Pearl cover incorporates the proven Duramax coverstock additive. Get ready for the Tank Rampage Pearl to conquer lanes where others fall short.

  • Color: Burgundy Pearl
    All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown
  • Coverstock: Frixion M6 Pearl MCP
  • Core: Gear V2
  • Finish: 1000 Grit LSS
  • Recommended Lane Condition: Light Oil
  • Reaction: Aggressive yet smooth motion
  • RG: 2.55 (15# ball)
  • Differential: 0.020 (15# ball)
  • A few tiny pit holes in the cover stock of the ball are normal
  • Product ID: 14924
  • Brand: Motiv
  • Category: Bowling Balls
  • Ball Performance: Upper Mid-Performance Balls

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By Nonickles from Cold Spring MN
5/5 Stars
Best Uses:

Flat Patterns with volume

Bottom Line:

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Closest Microcell to urethane

I have thrown all of the Microcell polymer ball released by Motiv so far. The Tank Rampage is by far the closest to urethane that I have seen. By far the best Microcell to resist lane shine don’t get me wrong it still does but not nearly as quick as others. Takes surface adjustment very well make it as rough as you want to get that super early roll and smooth backend. Motiv keeps improving their Microcell Technology with each release.
Eric George
Motiv Staff

By Motivman from Mauldin, South Carolina
5/5 Stars


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Yes, I would recommend this to a friend


The new Tank Rampage has come. Inside the New Tank Rampage is the Gear V2 core sitting at 2.55 in 15 pounds giving you a urethane look. Surrounding the core is the Frixion M6 MCP cover in 1000 Grit. The cover is pearl. For those looking for control and smooth motion look no further.
Speed dominant bowlers who bowl on low volumes or high friction surfaces
Balanced bowlers looking for that control ball
Rev dominant bowlers looking to play straighter

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How different would this ball be compared to covert tank and iq 78

2/1/2024 - By

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The Tank Rampage Pearl will have different features to try and give you a similar result to how a urethane would perform but it gets to a similar reaction in a different way. The Urethane coverstock on the Covert Tank has less hook potential than the coverstock on the Rampage but the Rampage has a less aggressive weight block to try and balance this to work well in lighter conditions like the Covert Tank. Both should have a smooth and easy to read reaction down the lane. The Rampage compared to the IQ 78 is a little different comparison as the IQ 78 has a duller finish on the cover to help this ball read a little stronger and this helps the IQ 78 work better in medium oil while the Rampage is more for lighter conditions.

2/8/2024 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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How does this compare to the motiv yellowjacket ?

2/15/2024 - By

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The Motiv Tank Yellowjacket will have less hook potential and best in lighter oil patterns than the Tank Rampage Pearl.

2/19/2024 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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